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historia cultura gatos


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María Concepción Mendieta Vazq

disfrutando a lo loco de sus programas!!!!

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Edgar Chávez García

Nah, la domesticación de los perros también fue una relación costo/beneficio: cuando ciertos lobos se dieron cuenta que protegiendo a los humanos de otras bestias recibían comida y refugio, deicideron quedarse. Lo que pasa es que los perros tienen más años domesticados (35,000) que los gatos (8,000). Por eso los perros son tan dóciles, sumisos y dependientes.

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Edgar Chávez García

Los gatos son amor, los gatos son vida. ?????? Tal como dice Neruda, los gatos son ese elemento faltante en la tabla periódica: irreductibles, entendidos sólo en sí mismos. Injustamente vilipendiados, y más ahora con este culto irracional y desmedido hacia los perros.

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